Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State women's golf team took second place at the 2012 Mary Fossum Invitational, which concluded Sunday afternoon at Forest Akers West Golf Course on the campus of MSU. Senior Caroline Powers, playing in her last home tournament, claimed runner-up honors with a 1-over 217 (73-71-73), just two shots back of medalist Krista Puisite of Texas State (1-under 215). Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  The two-time defending Big Ten Champion Michigan State women's golf team opens the 2012-13 season this weekend (Saturday-Sunday) by hosting the 29th annual Mary Fossum Invitational at Forest Akers West on the campus of MSU. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Incoming Michigan State freshman Gabby Yurik battled from behind on the back nine to win the 21st GAM Women's Championship at Port Huron Golf Club Tuesday afternoon. Yurik led after Monday's first round but faltered on the front nine of the second round and let Liz Nagel take the lead. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Spartan golfers Lindsey McPherson and Caroline Powers will compete in the 112th U.S. Women's Amateur Championship next week (Aug. 6-12) at The Country Club in Cleveland, Ohio. The nation's premier amateur tournament features 156 qualifiers from around the world. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Liz Nagel and Trisha Witherby tied for fifth place at the Pure Silk Women's Team Collegiate Championship this week, while Christine Meier and Lindsey McPherson placed 13th. The three-round tournament, which is the most unique summertime national women's amateur championship, concluded Thursday at the Wedgewood Golf & Country Club. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Michigan State women's golf head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll has announced the 2012-13 schedule for the upcoming season. MSU starts off the season by hosting the 29th annual Mary Fossum Invitational Sept. 15-16 at Forest Akers West in East Lansing. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Lindsey McPherson, Christine Meier, Liz Nagel and Trisha Witherby will participate in this week's Pure Silk Women's Collegiate Team Championship, the most unique summertime national women's amateur championship. The event, which is being presented by the National Golf Coaches Association, runs from Tuesday, July 31 to Thursday, Aug. 2 at Wedgewood Golf & Country Club in Powell, Ohio. Discuss »
Women's Golf freep.com —  Former Michigan State golfer Natalie Brehm has a streak going that could start to rival the Spartans' men's basketball team -- three final fours in four years. The 23-year-old Mt. Pleasant native went about her business Thursday in the second and third rounds of match play at the 96th Michigan Women's Amateur, and today she will try to win her second title. Discuss »
Women's Golf freep.com —  The top of the 96th Michigan Women's Amateur match-play bracket looked more like a clash of the Spartans. Of the eight women competing in the first four matches Wednesday, five were from Michigan State, which is hosting the Amateur at Forest Akers West. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Michigan State rising junior Liz Nagel claimed stroke-play medalist honors at the 96th Michigan Women's Amateur Tuesday at Forest Akers West on the campus of Michigan State University. Discuss »
Women's Golf lansingstatejournal.com —  Michigan State golfer Liz Nagel dominated with a 4-under 68 on Monday at Forest Akers West to take the lead after the first round of stroke play at the Michigan Women’s State Amateur. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  During her four years in East Lansing, Emily Bastel led the Spartans to new heights and helped spark a remarkable run that has placed Michigan State among the top women's golf programs in the nation. One of only three Spartans to earn All-Big Ten honors four times, Bastel was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year in 1999, claimed Big Ten medalist honors in 2000, and was the first Spartan to be named Big Ten Golfer of the Year in 2002. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Caroline Powers and Jenny Sritragul have been named to the 2011-12 National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-America Scholar Division I Team. The criteria for selection to the NGCA All-America Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics. The minimum cumulative GPA is 3.50. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Rising senior Caroline Powers placed third at the World University Games (July 3-6) with a four-round total of 11-under 277 (72-69-68-68) and helped the United States to a second-place finish in the 16-team field. Discuss »
Women's Golf freep.com —  Christine Meier, a Michigan State golfer who has qualified for the U.S. Women's Open, is proof that dreams can turn into reality. "I was a little bit shocked," said Meier, who finished second May 30 at a qualifier in Pittsburgh. "It's something I've been working for, for a really long time and that's honestly, most every golfer's main dream is to compete in the U.S. Open. It's like the highest level of competition there is and I was really excited and I looked over at my dad after the playoff hole and he couldn't be any happier." Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  Michigan State women's golf head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll won the Golf Association of Michigan (GAM) Women's Mid-Amateur Championship on Tuesday at Prestwick Village Golf Club for the seventh time in her career. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  A lifelong dream will come true this week for rising women's golf junior Christine Meier, who will participate in the 67th annual U.S. Women's Open July 5-8 (Thursday-Sunday) at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wis. Discuss »
Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  A number of former and current Spartans completed action at the three-round Michigan PGA Women's Open Wednesday afternoon at Crystal Mountain Resort. Rising junior Liz Nagel finished highest among current Spartans by taking seventh place with a 5-over 221 (75-74-72). Nagel carded her best round of the tournament with an even-par 72 on Wednesday. Discuss »
Women's Golf statenews.com —  One of the more under-the-radar Spartan athletes in 2011-12 was also one of the most successful. Junior golfer Caroline Powers has amassed an exemplary career in three years in East Lansing, even being called “one of the best athletes at Michigan State,” by her coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll. Discuss »